The 2nd anniversary of The Yoga Room is quickly approaching.  Our tradition is to invite a yoga celebrity to commemorate the day with us.  This year will be epic!

Created by Dayton-based yogis, Tori Reynolds and Ben Rivet, GO W/ THE FLOW is an immersive collision of music and movement that is designed to get you out of your head and into your breath. Tori's powerful but playful vinyasa sequence is scored by Ben's acoustic guitar and vocals, paced by looped beatboxing and dictated by every breath in the room.  VISIT THEIR WEBSITE GO W/ THE FLOW


SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 2014, 9:00-10:30
(Unlimited Monthly Clients must register separately for workshops)

Thanks for checking us out! This journey will change your life in countless ways. The Yoga Room is a community of yogis all working at their own levels to achieve their best possible selves. You must be compassionate with yourself as it will take some time to learn the practice.  Even the more advanced practitioners are themselves working with the knowledge that the value is in the journey, not the destination.  A great place to start is in the Beginner Class, held Mondays at 6:30 p.m.  If this class doesn't work with your schedule, the Yoga for All class should suit you fine.  I am certified to work with all levels and enjoy working with those coming to yoga for the first time. Here are the answers to some frequently asked questions:

How often should I practice?A regular practice of 2–3 classes per week will result in the changes you desire over time.

What do I wear?  Be comfortable. Synthetic clothing works best because it is designed to wick away the moisture.  Furthermore fitted garments will keep you covered in all postures

What do I bring?
You, of course! You will need a mat and a bottle of water. Mats are available to borrow until you are ready to purchase. We carry Manduka ProLite and BlackMatPro mats when you are ready to invest in your practice.

What are the benefits of yoga? Those with a regular practice can expect an increase in flexibility, muscle tone, strength, stamina, and overall health. A heated practice will also increase your internal metabolism creating, in you, a fat-burning furnace.

How hot is The Yoga Room? The studio maintains it's own temperature in the summer between 80 and 85 degrees.  Humidity is maintained above 35%.  This combination allows you to experience a deeper level of stretching with less risk of injury. And it is purifying to sweat. You shed toxins and give your liver and kidneys a nice break.  Once you've experienced the mild heat you will yearn for it in your practice.


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